There’s nothing like baking a quick bread… The way you can smell it all through the house. The way it’s so moist and fresh, unlike something you pick up at the store. Paired with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate, it’s a fast, delicious, and easy dessert or afternoon snack!

We love to bake, but sometimes we feel pretty hard pressed to find enough time to shower in peace, much less go shopping for the ingredients and follow a complicated set of instructions. And if the kids want to get involved, sometimes it just adds to our stress level. 

And that’s how we end up just buying other snacks instead, depriving everyone.

Fortunately, Robin Hood® Quick Bread Mixes give you all the benefits of that fresh homemade quick bread from the oven with none of the hassle of following a recipe. They can be found in five flavours at the grocery store–Banana, Chocolate Chip, Lemon Poppy Seed, Cinnamon Swirl, and Gluten Free Banana.

They are also a perfect way to introduce your little ones to baking! All you have to do is add water, eggs, and oil. They can go from bag to oven in 5 minutes flat, but you also can let your kids flex their culinary muscles and experiment with food. Feel free to let them add nuts or fruits. Don’t want to make a bread loaf? They can use Robin Hood® Quick Bread Mixes to make muffins or even biscotti! This way, they can learn that cooking is fun.

Instead of struggling with complicated baking this holiday, spend more time with your family and friends by keeping a few bags of Robin Hood® Quick Bread Mixes in the pantry.

You’ll be able to have a fresh, just-like-homemade dessert on hand in no time at all, getting you out of the kitchen and back into the party. So why not bake up some memories this fall?



Anne usually speaks in memes and SAT words, and she frequently attempts to explain the laws of physics and high school chemistry according to the kitchen via her home blog FoodRetro. If you want to know why ice melts or pretzels turn brown, and you want to make food that you never imagined could be made from scratch in the process, she's your blogger. Her friends describe her as "hilarious when you get to know her," but it could be that they are just amused by the way she gets riled up when reading the paper. She can also be found playing the part of community editor and grammar nazi here on BLUNTmoms.

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